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will hit the picket lines. >>> killing bin laden. one of the navy s.e.a.l.s talks about the moment that bin laden was killed. >> does a cheer go up among the s.e.a.l.s. you shake your hands? pat each other on the back? >> no, all business. 1:00 here. >> denver is peyton's place. after a year on the sidelines. peyton manning shines in his mile high debut. >> this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, september 10, 2012. >>> good morning, everybody. good to be with you on a monday. i'm terrell brown. we'll hear more talk on the campaign trail about the steal mate in washington. democrats and republicans not working together particularly when it comes to the budget. over the weekend both sides said don't blame us. >> so i'm, you know, more than happy to work with republicans and what i've said in reducing our deficits we can make sure we cut $2.5 for every dollar of increased revenue. >> i'm more than happy to work with him. what we've learned in this presidency he says one thing and does another. >> the president and romney campaign battled over taxes. susan mcginnis is back in washington wit
increase for u.s. diplomats around the world after attackers kill the ambassador to libya and storm the embassy in the egyptian capital. >>> the mini turmoil takes center stage in the campaign. >>> existing evidence. with police in hot pursuit, suspected bang robbers toss cash from their vehicles and hundreds of people are there to scoop it up. this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, september 13, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. i'm terrell brown. another protest outside of the u.s. embassy in libya. egyptian riot police fired warning shots and tear gas to push protesters back. many chanted anti-u.s. slogans. president obama called the presidents of egypt and libya last night. the white house thanked the libyan president for keeping. the investigation is under way for the death of chris stevens, sean smith and two others during an attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. the u.s. is investigating whether it's a coordinated effort by terrorists. fbi has sent a team to help with the investigation and a contingent of marines will boost security. lots of going on.
more protests against the united states. >> u.s. and libyan officials offer conflicting accounts of last week's deadly attack in benghazi that left four americans dead. >> it began spontaneously. >> this left us with no doubt that this was pre-planned, pre-determined. >> still on strike, chicago teachers will walk the picket line again today after the city extends a tentative contract offer. >> pair of nfl coaches exchange some unpleasantries after sunday's game. this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, september 17, 2012. >>> good morning, everybody. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. another morning of anti-american protests in the middle east. this time violence triggered by that anti-islam video erupted in kabul, afghanistan. the leader of hezbollah is calling for protests at u.s. embassies and libya, 50 people have been arrested in connection with the attack on the u.s. consulate, some foreigners. there are questions on how the deadly assault was carried out. susan mcginnis has more on this. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, terrell. the u.s. is sending
the muslim world today as u.s. officials continue to investigate the violent demonstrations in libya that left four americans dead. aggressive action by the federal reserve, the central bank announces a new initiative designed to spur the economy and put americans back to work. and its effect can already be measured on wall street. pathway to the stars. nation bids a final farewell to neil armstrong. >> you can now finally put out your hand even touch the face of god. this is the "cbs morning news" god. this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, september 14, 2012. captioning funded by cbs good morning. i'm terrell brown. u.s. diplomatic missions are on high alert on concerns of anti-american protests. egypt remains the site of the longest and largest protest. this morning demonstrations moved from the u.s. embassy to the administrates of cairo. libyan officials said four arrests have been made on the attack on the u.s. consulate. according to libyan interior minister the attack was a two pronged operation, first the consulate in benghazi was stormed where chris steven's and another
and here in the u.s. the violence is setting off a firestorm. eye on iran. israel's prime minister said the u.s. is not doing enough to prevent iran from developing a nuclear weapon. >> those in the international community who refuse to put red lines before iran don't have a moral right to place a red light before israel. >> and apple announcement, the tech world gets set as apple gets ready to announce it's next generation iphone. this is "cbs morning news" for wednesday, september 12, 2012. good morning, everybody. i'm terrell brown. this morning the state department is condemning actions that left two americans dead. one diplomat was killed. heavily armed militants opened fire and set the consulate on fire. they stormed the embassy in egypt. it was sparked by a video which criticizes prophet muhammed. he's now in hiding. the incident set off a political firestorm in this country. we go to susan mcginnis in washington for more. >> reporter: the protesters were outraged by the trailer to a two hour film that ended up being posted to youtube. washington is concerned that the violence ma
in islamabad. yesterday police had to use tear gas to disperse a mass protest outside of the u.s. embassy there. >>> a provocative advertisement that equates muslim radicals with savages begins on monday. the ad ran on city bus in san francisco. it reads in any war between the civilized man and savage support the civilized man. a blogger is behind the ads. a judge has ruled the ads can run. >> the obama administration says an investigative panel will look into the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. the attack that killed christopher stevens was a terrorist attack. >> reporter: at a solemn memorial service, libya's president paid his respects to ambassador christopher stevens. u.s. deputy secretary of state william burns had earlier flown into the capital under tight security. behind-the-scenes an fbi team is preparing to fly to benghazi to investigate the attack. the compound behind these walls is the major crime scene but any evidence left inside will have been badly contaminated by looters and curious local people who flooded in after the attack. here's what eyewitnesss, officials and lib
, netanyahu met with u.s. secretary of state hillary clinton. u.s. hopes diplomacy can stop iran. netanyahu argued ultimatums don't lead to war, they prevent them. >> i believe faced with a clear red line iran will back down and this will give more time for sanctions and diplomacy to convince iran to dismantle its nuclear weapons program altogether. >> david martin has more on netanyahu's plea for action. >> reporter: it looked like a cartoon but it was deadly serious. israel's prime minister netanyahu drew the red line that would trigger an attack on iran's nuclear program as clearly as it has ever been drawn. >> a red line should be drawn right here. before -- before iran completes the second stage of nuclear enrichment necessary to make a bomb. >> reporter: that second stage is taking place at this underground facility near the holy city of qom where iran is enriching uranium to a 20% level of purity, one step away from the 90% needed to build a bomb. according to the latest report by u.n. inspectors, iran has about 200 pounds of 20% uranium. roughly two-thirds of what it would need to b
is not far behind. he and the super p.a.c.s supporting him have pumped in nearly 43 million. >> how can people say they want four more years of president obama. we can't afford four more years of president obama. >> reporter: romney has been trying to make the case he'll do a better job with the economy but in all three states the polls shows president obama leading on that issue. >> the path i offer is harder but it leads to a better place. i'm asking you to choose that future. >> reporter: romney does lead in one category, voters in those same states say he would do a better job on the deficit. and both candidates will be appearing in the cleveland and toledo area today and romney will also be making a stop near columbus. >> it's on. thanks. two powerful bombs exploded in the syrian capital of damascus this morning. the explosion detonated minutes apart followed by gunfire. the attack was blamed on terrorists. damascus has been rocked by a series of bombings in recent months as the uprising against president bashir al assad escalates. >> egypt's president is scheduled to address the u
formation tribute to smith. >>> two people were killed when a car filled with explosives rammed a u.s. government suv in pakistan this more than. the suv was attacked after it left the consulate in peshawar. 19 people were injured, including two americans. the u.s. embassy says no americans were killed in the attack. >>> august was the deadliest month in the syrian civil war. activists say about 5,000 people were killed last month. the highest number in the nearly year and a half long revolt. many of the deaths were attributed to increased strikes by government forces. >>> the u.s. suspended the training of some afghan forces after a sharp increase in so-called insider attacks. 34 such attacks this year left 45 service members killed, at least 12 of the attacks occurred in august killing 15. the u.s. military plans to recheck the backgrounds of afghan police and soldiers. >>> 13 days of mourning begin in south korea for the reverend sung mung moon. the founder of the unification church died after being hospitalized with pneumonia. moon built his church into a multibillion dollar busin
early this morning with the u.s. flag unfurled over the side of the building at sunrise. president obama will attend a wreath-laying ceremony here later this morning. in new york monday night, the new freedom tower was lit up in red, white, and blue. at its base, the world trade center memorial. today, the names of each victim of the twin towers attacks will be read aloud by their families. and in shanksville, virginia, monday, leon panetta toured the memorial with united flight 93 went down. at sunset, 40 luminaries lit the wall. vice president biden will attend ceremonies there later this morning. and good news for visitors to the 9/11 memorial in new york. a dispute over how to fund construction of a museum on the memorial grounds was resolved monday night. >> we feel the public is so needing this complimentary experience to the memorial. >> reporter: construction begins at the end of the month. >> that was susan mcginnis reporting this morning. >>> important news for tens of thousands of first responders who worked at the world trade center site and were exposed to toxic chemicals. t
the muslim world. and led to the killing of the u.s. ambassador to libya last week. video taken following that attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya, appears to show libyans tried to rescue ambassador chris stevens. the libyans came across stevens' body in a darkroom after the attack. they didn't know who he was, but stevens was alive, cheering "god is great." they put him in a private car and took him to a hospital. stevens died of smoke inhalation. it's unclear what happened to stevens' security detail. >>> in afghanistan, the united states has suspended joint patrols with the military following a rash of attacks. as david martin reports, this latest development is another setback for u.s. efforts to turn over security issues to the afghan people. >> reporter: the order effectively suspends until further notice most of the operations which u.s. and afghan troops conduct side by side. at higher headquarters, afghans and americans will still work together, but in the field, small unit operations putting afghan soldiers alongside americans, the guts of the u.s. strategy to turn t
morsi. two weeks ago, demonstrators overran the u.s. embassy in cairo. morsi assured clinton embassy protection was egypt's duty. susan mcginnis has more now from the united nations. >> reporter: in a speech to the u.n. general assembly this morning, president obama is prepared to tell the world the u.s. will do what it must to make sure iran never obtains a nuclear weapon. >> every option available, and that includes the military option, remains on the table. >> reporter: iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad denies the accusations his country is trying to develop a nuclear weapon. >> translator: let's even imagine we have an atomic weapon. what intelligent person would fight 5,000 american bombs with one bomb? >> reporter: the president is also expected to address unrest in syria, libya, and other countries, but it was a comment he made on "60 minutes" that's grabbed the most attention in the presidential campaign. >> have recent events in the middle east given you any pause about your support for the governments that have come to power following the arab spring? >> i was pretty ce
their progress. >> when you think about all the jobs that we provide to the u.s. and the supply base, it's incredibly important and it will continue to become more and more important to this great country. >> a small bump in the construction industry fueled pickup sales and it helped move suvs and sedans. cars.com says car makers have recovered from the recession. >> there's no doubt the u.s. industry is in better shape. the entire auto industry is in better shape than four years ago. it's really returning more to the way things were before 2008. >> the u.s. industry is now on pace to sell 14.5 million vehicles this year, 4 million more than their 30-year sales low in 2009. but to get to this point, chrysler and gm had to go through bankruptcy, had to close more than 3,000 dealerships and shed workers. 1.2 million people were in auto manufacturing a decade ago. now, there are just 790,000. while the u.s. market seems to be growing, economic problems in europe are proving to be a huge problem for the big three automakers here. gm alone lost $200 million in europe during the first half of
rocked costa rica yesterday. the u.s. geological survey said it was centered in the northwestern part of the country. at least one person was killed and some houses and at least one bridge collapsed. in the last 40 years shall the region has been hit with 30 earthquakes with a mag nude of 6 or larger. cbs "moneywatch" time. facebook stock stops the bleeding. ashley morrison, i don't know what the deal is with talking today. >> it's not even monday. good morning terrell. the financial world is watching frankfort, germany. that's where the president of the european bank will announce his plan to support the struggling economies of italy and spain. mario drag i is expected to show details of a bond buying plan. >>> the ecb meeting. the nikkei was unchanged and the hang seng added a quarter percent. >>> stocks on wall street were mixed. the dow added 11 point while the nasdaq lost 5. >>> one stock that moved well was facebook. shares rose nearly 5% on the news that ceo mark zuckerberg will not sell stock in the company for at least a year. investors in the social networking site were conc
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burned u.s. flags and held signs calling for a holy war. there were also anti-american protests in cairo yesterday. arrest warrants were issued for seven coptic christians linked to the anti-islam film. >>> the french government is calling for calm. they plan to publish cartoons of the prophet muhammed. france is home to europe's largest muslim population. last november the paper published a mocking caricature of muhammed. its paris offices were firebombed. coming up, a religious debate. a religious message on a papyrus fragment reignites the question of whether jesus was married. this is the morning news. i'm getting like, pep-pepper. it's kind of like drinking a food that's a drink, or a drink that's a food, zip zip zip zip zip! i'm literally getting zinged by the flavor. smooth, but crisp. velvety. kind of makes me feel like a dah zing yah woooooh! [ male announcer ] taste it and describe the indescribable. could've had a v8. woooo! could've had a v8. living with moderate to semeans living with pain.is it could also mean living with joint damage. help relieve the pain and stop the dam
's a quote reasonable suspicion they are in the u.s. illegally. but phoenix police chief says no one will be stopped without cause. >> before you have reasonable suspicion that someone is here illegally you have to have reasonable suspicion as a police officer that a crime has occurred before you have reasonable suspicion on the documentation or not. >> is a crime not stopping fully at a stop sign? >> yes. >> reporter: suspects will be held while officers check with federal officials at i.c.e. immigration and customs enforcement. >> the question is how long will we detain them? it should be no longer than any other traffic stop. ten minutes at the most. if i have answers then we have an answer. if they don't answer then we have an obligation to let that citizen go. >> reporter: but civil rights advocates will be watching for signs of racial profiling. >> they say they can enforce the law without racial profiling. >> law enforcement is saying trust us. we know better. we're not going to engaging racial profiling. the reality is that they are ignoring a very real problem of racial prof
and the world. skies. >>> highs in the possible mid- to upper 80s. 86 for the high. you'll get there about 4:35 p.m. this morning it is another muggy one with 79 in annapolis. low 70s in the shenandoah valley. this is very similar to what we had yesterday. andrews is 74. 72 la plata and in d.c. -- we good have showers and storms overnight. even thunder and lightning my place leaving the house. that is what has lifted toward southern pennsylvania right now. still up in northern frederick county, along 144 from around thurmont and mount st. mary's college, headed toward westminster, we have some of the heavier showers. high temperatures today, generally low to mid-80s out there. manassas with enough sun. it's 4:26. terrible tuesday but not yet. >>> not yet. this is when we appreciate getting to work at this time. in an hour or so. it is going to look a lot different. everyone is back to work in washington. we're expecting 2.8 million commuters this morning. that's a lot of people on the road. you want to take it nice and slow and give yourself the extra time you're going to need on the interst
. >> reporter: u.s. and israeli leaders chose not to attend president mahmoud ahmadinejad's speech here in the u.n. in part because it occurred on yom kippur. one of the holliest days on the jewish calendar. demonstrators protested mahmoud ahmadinejad's appearance. >> mahmoud ahmadinejad, again does not represent us all. >> reporter: iranian-americans from across the country joined the protest. >> to send a message that the people of iran stand for democracy, human rights, secular nonnuclear iran. >> reporter: during his speech mahmoud ahmadinejad didn't address his country's nuclear program but did say his nation was committed to peace. here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. partly sunny in new york. 72 degrees. miami a few thunderstorms, 88. mostly sunny in chicago, 66. partly sunny in dallas, 94. 83 in los angeles. let's check your national forecast. rain expected for much of the northeast and mid-atlantic states. scattered showers and thunderstorms will extend along the ohio valley and central plains. some of those storms can be severe along the ohio river. upper mid
, he should say so. >> for his part romney described how he would decide whether to send u.s. forces into combat. >> number one, a very substantial american interest at stake. number two a clear definition of our mission. number three, a clear definition of how we'll know when our mission is complete. number four, providing the resources to make sure that we can carry out that mission effectively, overwhelming resources and finally a clear understanding of what will be left after we leave. >> you can watch all of the "60 minutes" interviews with president obama and mitt romney online at cbsnews.com. >>> here in new york the 67th annual session of the united nations general assembly opens today. 116 heads of state will attend. president obama hosts a reception tonight and addresses the general assembly tomorrow. the conflict in syria will top this year's agenda. at least three high level meetings are planned but no new initiatives are expected. >> overseas, militias are trying to be reined in. yesterday government troops raided several militia outposts in libya. libya's president said
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